About Congenital Glaucoma

Glaucoma 3, Primary Congenital, a, also known as buphthalmos, is related to gillespie syndrome and aniridia 1, and has symptoms including early vision loss An important gene associated with Glaucoma 3, Primary Congenital, a is CYP1B1 (Cytochrome P450 Family 1 Subfamily B Member 1), and among its related pathways/superpathways are Diseases of glycosylation and Diseases associated with O-glycosylation of proteins. The drugs Benzocaine and Travoprost have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include eye, endothelial and retina, and related phenotypes are glaucoma and nevus flammeus

Major Symptoms of Congenital Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a group of progressive eye diseases characterized by damage to the optic nerve. Symptoms may include:

1. Increased pressure in the eye

2. Pain or discomfort in the eye

3. Vision loss or blurred vision

4. Cataracts and other eye diseases

5. Often Unilateral

6. May be accompanied by visual field defect

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Congenital Glaucoma

For patients with congenital angle-open glaucoma, it is recommended that they adopt the following lifestyle:

1. Follow the doctor's advice: First, patients should follow the doctor's advice, take medication on time, and have regular follow-up visits.

2. Low-salt and low-sugar diet: Patients should avoid ingesting high-salt and high-sugar foods and try to maintain light eating habits.

3. Weight control: By losing weight, patients can reduce intraocular pressure, thereby reducing the risk of complications.

4. Avoid overexertion: Patients need to avoid strenuous exercise, prolonged eye use and other overexerting activities to avoid aggravating eye pressure.

5. Maintain good living habits: Patients should maintain adequate sleep and avoid bad habits such as smoking and drinking to reduce eye damage.

6. Conduct regular eye examinations: It is recommended that patients go to the hospital for regular eye examinations so that related diseases can be detected and treated early. In short, for patients with congenital open-angle glaucoma, developing good living habits and following doctor's recommendations are the keys to coping with the disease.

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